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Feb 13, 2011 11:00pm EST
for the names of thousands of illegal aliens living in the county. >>> president obama is heading up i-95 to baltimore county tomorrow to talk about money and education. the president, education secretary, ernie duncan and jack lew will head to parkville middle school. that school has a focus on science and math. the president wants to cut other programs to increase education spending. >>> and right here at home president obama is getting ready to unveil his 2012 budget. the goal to cut the deficit by $1.3 trillion in the next 10 years. that includes cutting some programs the president supports. some republicans aren't convinced he's going stick to the script, and house speaker john boehner found 150 economists to sign a letter calling for spending cuts immediately should. if it's what these early press reports show, it shows that he's advocating leadership on that point. i'm hoping that's not the case that we can get this debt going down, but it looks like the debt is going to continue rising under this budget. >> they got here and some of the wiser heads said, whoa, you know, if you sta
Feb 26, 2011 11:00pm EST
is a decision from a judge in florida saying obama cares, and that is unconstitutional and the federal government is moving forward. states don't know where to go. >> reporter: remarkably, the standoff between the unions and governors did not come up in this morning's press conference. later, governor duvall patrick of massachusetts suggested the governors need to work with the public service unions and not against them. >> and in massachusetts, we delivered four budgets and the union -- unions have worked with us and with wage concession, and furloughs, public schools and peg and benefits system. we found that with the public employee union and. >> reporter: if there was a consistent message, they want washington to do nothing that will jeopardize their economic recovery and that has 50 different meetings for different governors and respective parties. in washington, doug mckelway fox news. >>> the shutdown over the budget eased a bit. the house republicans announced a plan to put off the deadline by two weeks and that cuts $4 billion in spinning and that is mostly from earmarks and e
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